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LG Thrill 4G 3D app development session and SDK from AT&T

AT&T is sponsoring a LG Thrill 4G 3D application development session featuring Henry Nho, 3D Tech lead at LG Electronics.  The hour long webcast will be 10AM to 11AM Pacific Time on June 23, and it's free to those who pre-register.  The session itinerary is as follows:

  • Introduction to the LG Thrill 4G device
  • The basics of developing Real 3D applications for the LG Thrill 4G
  • How to get your Real 3D app or game to market

If you're interested in creating any type of stereoscopic 3D Android applications (music player with 3D visualizations, please) you won't want to miss this one.  Have a look at the source link to get all the pertinent info.

In addition, and this would probably make for good preparation for the above mentioned webcast, the LG Real3D SDK is also available for download.  The SDK will give you access to the Real3D API, provide a few demos, and a emulator that you can test on your computer using red/cyan 3D glasses.  Be sure to install this and play around with it if you're interested in attending the webcast, or just want to check it out.

Source: AT&T developer pages Webcast (opens in new tab); SDK (opens in new tab). Thanks, Mike!

Jerry Hildenbrand
Jerry Hildenbrand

Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.

6 Comments
  • i'm not a fan of that LG clock/weather widget. every time i see it i can't help but think of this awful contraption - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqY7YLppfIg
  • i actually like the weather/clock widget
  • I too like it, they should make a 3D one:-)
  • I actually like the widget on it but I have a question.Does it have a dual core processor and a front facing camerA ? I was hoping that they will mention the HTC Holiday.
  • totally off subject....i hope ATT would announce SGII already
  • +1